Thanks to its high luminosity and center of mass energy, the future FCC-hh collider will allow us to probe processes with clean but rare final states that are unaccessible at the LHC. The study of diboson production processes poses a promising way of indirectly constraining New Physics in the context of the Higgs Boson. Specifically, the diphoton leptonic decay channels of the Wh and Zh production processes are examples for the aforementioned clean but rare final states. I will discuss our study of these channels at the FCC-hh in the SMEFT framework and how doubly differential distributions can be used to gain even better sensitivity to certain higher dimensional EFT operators.
|First author||Philipp Englert|
|Collaboration / Activity||Theory|